The BMW X7 is the automaker’s flagship Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV), but recently their vocational trainees teamed up with the Munich plant’s Concept Vehicle Construction and Model Technology divisions to create a one-off pickup truck version. This was made possible by extending the body 4-inches and adding a bed that measures 55-79 inches, depending on the closed / open position, respectively. Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites (CFRP) was used on the roof, rear doors and rear lid to cut 441 lbs from the factory X7 weight. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Despite the new bed, the interior still has room to comfortably seat five, even with an F 850 GS motorcycle loaded out back. Not just any truck bed, this one boasts handcrafted teakwood, alongside Tanzanite Blue metallic accents, which are inspired by yachting sports and finished by BMW Individual. There’s no word yet on if this concept will go into production.